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It’s been a while… but you, lovers of the most beautiful scenes nature can bring, keep Saturday, March 3, 2007 free. Yep, we’re up for a total moon eclipse. The phenomenon (the moon blackened out by the earth’s shadow) will be visible from parts of all seven continents including all of EMEA.
No need for heavy eye protection on this one…  Just look for the moon around 2330 CET time, and watch it first glow red, and then slowly disappear. For people with telescopes: the ideal moment to hunt for craters and mountains. As the  moon is less brilliant, more details appear.  Enjoy!

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